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Gonzo FWS wrote:
> I'm not much of an expert on the C-standard, however I have been using
> libtcc in a C++11 project of mine.
> I cannot immediately use these functions:
> Because C++ is very strict: It will not convert void* to any function
> pointer and even vice versa.
void (*pfoo)() = (void(*)()) tcc_get_symbol(s, "foo");
> Is tcc_get_symbol and tcc_add_symbol used for non-functions, eg. int? Or
> strictly for functions?
> If they are only ever used for functions, this solution may work for
> typedef void (*tcc_func_ptr)();
> LIBTCCAPI int tcc_add_symbol(TCCState *s, const char *name, const
> tcc_func_ptr val);
> LIBTCCAPI tcc_func_ptr tcc_get_symbol(TCCState *s, const char *name);
As I see it that is not better for C++, but worse for C.
> It works because C++ allows conversion between all types of function
> In any case, it is a matter of pedantry as far as strictly C goes.
> I have to continue to use my variation for it to compile, and it's
> working well.
> A super-minor nitpick I have is that I cannot recompile code using the
> same code-generation state. (tcc_state_new)
> If it's only less efficient in my case because my libpaths and incpaths
> never change, as well as the linker symbols I add. I have no specific
> wishes regarding this, but if you have any plans to make it possible to
> clear out all the code (reset) and compile again with all or some of the
> settings intact, that would be super.
Sure, everybody has extra wishes, and except for that then wants
an interface as simple as possible in order not to have too much
to read. ;)
> Thanks for all the great work being done, as it's a very interesting